Razer Christine: A Modular PC Even A Toddler Can Assemble

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Nothing interesting has happened in the world of  computers, we surely see some beefed up components but lack in terms of innovation. Know that concept of modular smartphone which is quite interesting seems like Razer took some notes from it and introducing Christine, a modular PC so simple to assemble and upgrade that even you are dumb enough you can put it together.

Project Christine is a revolutionary new concept design that allows users to build and customize PCs in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge.

It is one of the best gadgets of the CES 2014. It features everything what a gamer dreams of like extreme power, low temperatures and top of all quietness not to forget the ease of swapping components. There’s a vital UI which controls and display information about each module at the front of the component. Just like every modular concept the long-term dedication of both the user-end and the maker-end is important.

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This even if it sounds like sweet dessert is still a bare concept and even they have it up and working, there is no possible disclosure about the availability or pricing.

Source: Engadget